I have a farm house style kitchen, it’s a mix of new and old, and the vintage barn wood from my childhood home is the perfect base for a floral centerpiece on the kitchen island.
Using roses from my yard, old spritzer bottles and my cherished Mason aqua jars it fits right in with the style of the kitchen.
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Time: 20 Minutes Cost: $7.99 Difficulty: Easy
My YouTube video: Repurposed Barn Wood Centerpiece
Aqua Mason jars go perfectly with pink roses and tulips.
No fuss centerpiece.
Pink roses from my front yard.
Tulips from the grocery store add a bit more greenery to the mix.
Materials used for this project:
- Barn Wood - 4 feet (Barn/corral in Colorado)
- Roses (my back yard)
- Tulips (Safeway)